- File Size: 1274 KB
- Print Length: 303 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0999046411
- Publisher: Ginger Scott; 1 edition (May 26, 2017)
- Publication Date: May 26, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B071S8NBQX
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #40,816 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I give this book 3.5 stars. I for sure thought A Boy Like Me was much better than this conclusion :( I felt like the story was incomplete despite this being the last book in this series. We get really no explanation as to why our wonderful Wesley Christopher has these abilities. Our snarky leading lady is said to be "Just as Special" but how so? Is it her bravery? Her determination or is it literal like Wes? Furthermore I'm left affronted.. why the heck does she not go to his side? Why the heck does he put his life on the line time and time again and when he is injured she just is like eh, he'll come to me when he's ready. Seriously? Their relationship goes from zero to sixty, then back down to zero so fast. They take their relationship to the serious level with sex and I love yous but when he's hurt she doesn't even visit him in the hospital. Then they are going off to different colleges and she's sorta just like eh, whatever. Then Wesley somehow loses his abilities that we still don't know HOW or WHY he got them and that's just it ? Nope, I needed more than the explanations we got.
What a journey. And that's exactly what this duet is: a journey of self-discovery, of second chances and of trust. What each and every one of these characters go through in order to simply live a life they can be proud of, is nothing short of miraculous at times. Wondering right along with them if Wes Stokes is this super hero with an unexplained drive to keep Joss safe and never getting hurt in the process. Was this just all coincidence? Did Shawn Stokes create a comic from a little boy's premonitions seen as dreams? Even though there may never be a true answer, the way the author masterfully weaves this tale with a love between Joss and Wes that is clearly destined in the stars, it almost doesn't matter.
I felt privileged to have become a part of this wonderful cast of characters lives. There is such a sense of family, whether blood-related or not and the reactions from Taryn, Kyle, TK, Levi, Joss's Dad, Grace and even Shawn, with respect to the adventure and mystery that is now Joss and Wes's life, continued to make me smile. I found that each of Joss's emotions were spot on for a 17 year old. She could be compulsive to a fault, yet found it in her to forgive no matter what. There is wonderful underlying humor that keeps this crew steady and I chuckled right along with them. The loyalty to each other is just beautiful with Kyle as Joss's true best friend, stealing the show more than once with his undying devotion to his girl.
Even with some unconventional warning due to a young Wes's dreams, I was on the edge of my seat for most of this second book, never knowing when that shoe would drop. Like nothing I've read before, A Girl Like Me is one outstanding book. The entire duet, even with its mysteries and almost outlandish coincidences, is down deep a love story. Between a boy and a girl, who may have had a past that drove them to their present but waste no time in making sure there will always be a future.
I can't recommend this duet highly enough. A welcome respite from the same old thing being published almost daily, Ginger Scott is a voice that I will continue to hear above the crowd. I am in love with this story, the characters and the way it tugged at my heartstrings.
5 HUGE stars all the way!
At first I thought Joss was the typical rebellious bad-girl. She had the perfect life, until one day lead to a series of events that turned her life completely around. But this feisty, stubborn, softball superstar was so much more. She was physically, and mentally strong, resilient and determined. Life kept throwing her curve balls (or maybe they were changeups) and she found a way to hit them out of the park. It wasn’t all rainbows and unicorns, it was tough and gritty, but she worked through every one and with the love and help of her friends, she made the best of it.
Wes. What can I say about him? He was sweet, athletic, invincible, and very mysterious. Every time I thought I had him, and the direction of this book figured out, Ginger threw a curveball that I didn’t see coming. I loved every twist and turn this amazing story took me on. She had me in the edge of my seat the whole way through this book.
I came into this book 2 of the series with so many questions. How did he... Why did she... Who is... What just happened... Most were answered, and the ones that were not answered, well they didn’t need answers. This book left me satisfied with knowing Joss and Wes were getting their HEA, but also wanting more. How did they grow up? What is their life like now? But that is how you know you’ve connected with a book. The end is like saying goodbye to family members or friends.